Supermodel Twiggy, 69, was made a Dame today.
The 1960s star, who’s real name is Lesley Lawson, arrived at Buckingham Palace this morning for the investiture ceremony which was conducted by the Prince of Wales.
The English model wore a chic white three-piece-suit to be made Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire for services to fashion, the arts and charity.
Twiggy looked suitably stylish for the prestigious event, teaming her white ensemble with a taupe hat adorned with a bow and net detail.
She framed her face with a fringe and wore her blonde hair in a half up and half down style which revealed a classic pair of pearl earrings.
The fashionista completed her outfit with white lace-up shoes and added a pop of colour with coordinating red lipstick and nail varnish.
The popular model, who has also starred on stage and screen over the years, posed for pictures on the red-carpeted steps of the palace ahead of the ceremony with her husband Leigh Lawson, 73, and grown-up children Jason and Carly.
Twiggy then made her way to the opulent Ballroom to receive her Damehood from Prince Charles, 70.
Pictures show the Prince of Wales placing the decoration on the model’s lapel much to her visible delight.
She could be seen beaming up at the royal as he congratulated her on the honour before shaking her hand.
Also at today’s ceremony was pop singer and vocal coach David Grant who became an MBE and Jim Carter, an actor most well-known for playing Charles Carson in period television series Downton Abbey, who was awarded an OBE for services to drama.